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The Williams Club


A social and support Club for blind and visually impaired people who live in and around Farnham. Meets between 2pm and 4pm on the first Wednesday of each month (except August). All ages welcome and partners are welcome to come along. Transport provided if needed. A mixture of activities is provided such as quizzes, musical entertainment, interesting speakers, pub lunches, seaside trips and a Christmas party! The atmosphere is very friendly and informal, making the Club  a popular monthly social event for our members to attend. 


Farnham Baptist Church, The Hart, Farnham GU9 7HA



The Williams Club is run by a volunteer team, so new volunteers are always needed!

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Phone:  Bob 01252 725685 or Yvonne 01252 713671


Dementia Whisperer


Emotional Support Services for Dementia's Carers, offering online 1-2-1's, Monthly online Carer Connect plus be empowered from Sylvia's Trilogy of Books.

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Plus variable for books and other support tools

Contact 07860 432568

Website -


Sign up for Sylvia's Blogs etc -


Help from Sylvia's personal story -


Monthly Carers Connect -

Diabetes UK Guildford & South-West Surrey Group


Our support group is part of a network of local groups spread around the UK, supported by the Diabetes UK Charity. The number of people currently diagnosed with diabetes in our area is nearly 10,000, and rising.


We're not able to give medical advice. But we are here to a) provide support to everyone with diabetes, their families and carers, b) to provide sources of information to help you learn more about diabetes, and c) share our experiences of living with the condition.


The group has regular zoom meetings and has recently started coffee mornings for those who prefer face to face meetings.



Location Guildford and Waverley Boroughs

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Brian Davey, Group Chair at or Lesley Taylor, Group Secretary, on 01483 416968

A newsletter, currently every other month, available by post or email.  Contact Julie Grist on 01428 683448 or email




Join our community


    Diabetes UK Guildford and SW Surrey Group



Contact Janet Williams at

Surrey Stroke Recovery  Service


Description of service:

Surrey Stroke Recovery Service offers practical support and advice for stroke survivors, carers and their family.


How does it work?

When you’re referred to our service our Stroke Association Support Coordinators will work with you to identify your needs, and support you to rebuild your life after stroke.


We offer:

• A personalised review of all your needs.

• Someone to talk to who understands.

• Tips and advice to support your recovery.

• Information about stroke and local services.

• Advice on reducing your risk of a further stroke.

• The chance to share experiences with others in a similar situation.



When stroke strikes, part of your brain shuts down.

And so does a part of you. Life changes instantly and recovery is tough. But the brain can adapt. Our specialist support, research and campaigning are only possible with the courage and determination of the stroke community. With more donations and support from

you, we can rebuild even more lives.


Donate or find out more at




0207 566 1531





C/O Northampton Resource Centre

1 Sterling Business Park

Salthouse Road




Office hours

Monday to Friday


We’d love to welcome you as part of our volunteer team. To find out more, please contact us using the details above.

North Hampshire Versus Arthritis Group


Support, information and social meetings for people with any type of arthritis. We meet monthly, alternating between a meeting with a speaker or discussion (usually but not exclusively related to arthritis) and social meetings. The group is volunteer run, all of us having arthritis ourselves.

Help with Cooking




Meetings held in Fleet

Versus Arthritis website

Bournewood Manor Care Home


Bourne Wood Manor provides exceptional 24-hour dementia,

residential, respite and nursing care for the residents of Farnham and those in the

wider area in an elegant and spacious setting. Our residents benefit from various

thoughtfully designed communal living areas including sitting rooms and restaurants,

as well as a café, cinema, hairdressing salon and nail bar. Our expertly trained and

professional staff are dedicated to the care, comfort and dignity of each of our

residents, with special emphasis being placed on promoting independence, privacy

and respect.

Friends On A Walk


Contact our Home Manager Cheryl Williams or our Client Services

Manager Claire Hudson on 01252 941 300


To arrange a visit, or to find out more about our home, please contact

our Client Services Manager Claire Hudson on 01252 941 300, or email

Contact our Home Manager Cheryl Williams or our Client Services

Manager Claire Hudson on 01252 941 300

Email: Client Services Manager Claire Hudson –

Facebook: Bourne Wood Manor Care Home, Farnham


Care Farnham


Care Farnham is an established small charity (since 1986) , providing help to local residents, living within the Farnham Town boundary, who need lifts to doctors, hospital and other health-related appointments

Open to all who live within the Farnham town boundary


Suggested donations ( e.g. £5 for Farnham trips, £12 – 15 for Frimley Park or Royal Surrey hospital trips, and larger amounts depending on destination)

Man on the Wheel




Phone line (01252 71 66 55) is open from Monday to Friday each week from 10 am to 1 pm

The Hunter Centre


The Hunter Centre is a charity established to support those living with dementia in Waverley and surrounding areas.

The day care facility operates from the Marjorie Gray Hall, Grayswood Road, Haslemere, Surrey. Mondays, Wednesday, Thursdays and Fridays. 9.30 am – 3.30pm.

Our aim is to provide care and stimulation for those living with various forms of dementia. Each client is treated as an individual with respect and dignity. Support is given by staff with many years of experience in dementia care in a very relaxed, friendly and secure environment. Activities include Music therapy, Word games and reminiscence sessions. Carers can comfortably leave their loved ones for a few hours for some much-needed respite.

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Day Care - £60 per day                                   

Carers support group – Free

The Welcome Club operates on a Tuesday afternoon, 1.30 – 3.30pm and is a free service for those caring for people with Dementia.


Elaine Clement, 01428 654710,  

Location Waverley and surrounding areas

Right at Home


Right at Home GF provides home care to allow people to live as independently as possible.  From one hour companionship class through to 24 live in care for complex needs. We also run weekly community events in Farnham.


Please contact for more information.

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